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Midland, Canada
Reviewed 24 September 2016 via mobile

Our family had a wonderful time at this campground. Lots of beach space and the scenery is absolutely stunning. Lots of places to hike/bike and we were impressed by the amount of wild life we encountered. My only issue is how close most of the campsites are to each other. They sure have made use of space by cramming as...

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Sturgeon Falls, Canada
Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

Very good campground, with some relatively good privacy. The beach is fantastic! Soft sand everywhere with no stones on the Kilcoursie campground site. The beachside sites are amazing, definitely worth trying to get one, but they book up the second the clock turns to reserve them. The interpretive centre is a nice thing to do and there are good trails...

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Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 30 June 2015 via mobile

Great camping site with lots of trails and scenic views. Be sure to be mindful of animals and go by park rules. Downside is that there is limited availability of items you forget to bring along nearby. I thought the individual campsites were very large and spacious. A good variety between treed and open lots.

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Reviewed 23 June 2014 via mobile

We stayed here end of May and it is just gorgeous. Our site was in Harold Point directly across from beach. It is a large park but u cant beat the views and beach. Just great!! We loved it especially the nature trails and interpretive centre.

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Thank suse m
Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 24 February 2014 via mobile

I love the nature up there. My girlfriend and I with another couple had our best camping in this site. You should be aware that due to a disease they have cut many of trees so make sure you are choosing a right camping site number if you are booking online or on the phone. The only down side of...

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Thank HighCouple
Sudbury, Canada
Reviewed 30 January 2014

Killbear Park is my favorite park period .The water and the beaches are awesome and the rocky shorelines are second to none . Their are comfort stations and hiking trails. When we go we stop at The Detour Store and get our fire wood and ice and whatever else better and cheaper. And I should tall you they have the...

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Thank tazcan
Bradford, Ontario, Canada
Reviewed 25 October 2013

This provincial park is set outside of Parry Sound and is definitely worth the drive. We camped with friends for the labour long weekend. The washrooms and showers where clean and in really good shape compared to others I've been to in the past. You cannot bring in your own firewood like most but the sites are sandy and mainly...

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1Thank Trey S
woodbridge
Reviewed 19 August 2003

Did you know that aside from being on the Provinces cleanest Bay, this campground has it's own Natural Spa? It is located South of the Day Beach. Here you will find an area frequented by campers, kids especially, who lather themselves up with the fabulous, invigorating mud that is available naturally at the waters edge. I heard that Doctors send...

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Address: Highway 559, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Region: Canada > Ontario > Northeastern Ontario > Sudbury
Number of rooms: 880
Also Known As:
Killbear Park Hotel Sudbury
Killbear Park Sudbury, Ontario
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“Visit the park on a day trip and check it out. Bring your swimming gear and some food Its just 2.5- 3 hr. drive from Toronto I sugeset leave earlie 5-6 am beat the traffic and enjoy a full day.”
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